Mortgage Repayment Calculators

Interactive Calculators: Remortgage Costs

This calculator can be used to help you assess whether it is worth switching from one mortgage scheme to another. If you choose to remortgage, your existing lender may charge a redemption fee, there may be a charge from your new lender and you will also have to pay legal and administrative costs. These costs are called the switching costs. To measure whether it is worthwhile remortgaging, the NPV (Net Present Value) of any improved cash flow from the switch is compared with the switch costs.

It is only worthwhile switching from an existing scheme to a new one if the switch costs are low enough. This means that the new scheme must produce enough savings over the expected life of the new mortgage to cover the switching costs. This calculator measures the NPV (Net Present Value) of any improved cash flows resulting from the switch. A switch is only worthwhile if the actual total switch costs work out less than the NPV figure calculated. A negative figure implies that a switch is only worthwhile if there is a cashback of at least that figure paid out from the new scheme.

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(min 34 mths, max 332)

Break even switch costs

Remortaging is worthwhile

Remortaging is not worthwhile

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Calculations - interest only payments

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Calculations - capital repayment with rests as given

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Please note: This calculator should be used for indicative purposes only and should not be taken as representing advice. Always get a full quotation from your lender or other professional adviser before purchasing a remortgage product.